You will start from your hotel in the morning to reach the first sightseeing of the day, the Jibreen Castle in Ad-Dakhiliyah Region.
The castle, built in 1670 and inhabited by the Imam Bil’arab bin Sultan Al Yarubi, still has its original painted ceiling and beautifully carved doors.
55 rooms distributed in 5 floors, an intricate maze of rooms. Before leaving the castle don’t forget to pay homage to the Imam’s tomb located on the ground floor near the castle’s entrance.
After lunch near the UNESCO Bahla Fort, you will visit the old village of Al Hamra. Its architecture resembles the famous villages in Yemen, the walls of the houses are constructed with bricks made from a mixture of mud, water, and straw.
The last stop-over of the day is Nizwa. The city is famous for its fort, it has a unique large round shape tower with a diameter of 36 meters. After the visit of the fort and the suq where you can see the local vegetables, fruits and fishes, and where you can taste the most famous sweet, the Omani Halwa, you will go back to your hotel in Muscat.